Finally I'm about to sit down in the comfort of my own home without having to worry about train times, schedules or what I'm wearing (which is a leopard print onesie if you must know). Yesterday I found myself back at Somerset House for the Saturday Trend show at London Fashion Weekend - a catwalk and shopping event open to the public that will quite easily drain your energy and bank account simultaneously. After hurtling through Victoria to find Beth some 'vital' blister patches, the day continued with a quick viewing of the 'Trend' show (filled with the inevitable pink coats), followed by a whole lot of streetstyle-spotting and ending with a chat with Hilary Alexander hours after we were supposed to leave. During the impromtu talk we spoke about the 'secrets' of shooting on location, the future of the printed word, and the importance of blogging, with Hilary displaying the theory that - within the next few decades - the likes of newspapers and even some magazines may no longer exist. And whilst I'm still adament that no iPad or tablet can keep me away from my physical monthly copies, that conclusion still leads me to the realisation that whether we like or not, the bloggers of the world really are the new taste-makers - changing the course of media, one onesie at a time.